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Title: Studies in the Enzyme Make-up of Vibrio cholerae: Part VI-T'ricarboxylic Acid Cycle
Authors: Krishna Murti, C R;Shrivastava, D L
subject: Vibrio Cholerae;Arsenite;Dinitrophenol,;Cyclohexanol
Year: 1955
Description: Resting cells of Vibrio cholerae consume oxygen in the presence of a number of substrates involved in the Kreb's citric acid cycle. Inhibition studies with arsenite, dinitrophenol, cyclohexanol, fluoride, malonate and azide indicate that a major sector of the Kreb's cycle can be demonstrated in the organism.
Standard no: Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 1955, 14C, 37-42
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